Welcome to the weekly round up of FREE math teaching resources! Every week I try to share fun, engaging and helpful ideas for teaching math in grades K-12. Have a great teaching resource to share? Send me a link!
Kim at Life Over C’s has some really cute freebies this week! I love the idea of using goldfish with this penguin themed adding to 100 game, and these rainbow bear graphs are so cute and colorful!
And if you’re looking for more counting bear fun, these addition cards from The Kindergarten Connection are a great way to practice addition facts in a hands-on way!
This post at Games 4 Learning has some fun ideas for the new year, a fun dice game as well as some FREE printable math games.
And this isn’t a free printable, but I love this hands-on way of showing multiplication, and creating a cute work of art! 🙂
This page includes a large variety of printable math games covering addition, subtraction, multiplication, division and place value!
And I LOVE these LEGO Challenge Cards from The STEM Laboratory! There is such a variety of challenges, ranging from easy to difficult. These are bound to encourage creativity in kids of all ages! I’ve already downloaded a set for my own kids!
If you have advanced Algebra students, you will likely cover synthetic division of polynomials at some point. As great and simple as this method is, it can be very easy for students to forget or mix up steps. This handy printable summary is great for students to keep in their notebook as they work out problems!
Hope you found some useful math resources this week here at Math Geek Mama!
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